The Trial of Leo Frank by Reuben Arnold
This October 1913 speech is not to be, but is often confused with the late August 21, 1913, trial closing argument delivered to the Court by Reuben Rose Arnold, where the race card is first played, when Reuben openly claims that if Leo Frank were not a Jew, the trial to convict him would have never taken place.
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Subject: Desperate and Unpersuasive
Leo Frank made a virtual murder confession that he strangled Mary Phagan at his trial when he gave a statement on August 18, 1913 to the Judge and Jury. If you want to read the articulation of it by State's prosecution team members, Solicitor General Hugh Dorsey and Attorney Frank Arthur Hooper, read the closing arguments in American State Trials Volume X 1918. However, the best articulation of the August 18, 1913, Leo Frank murder confession comes from the Anti-Semite Tom Watson in August and September, 1915. Be familiar with how all three of these men articulate the August 18, 1913, Leo Frank murder confession differently.
Subject: passionate, but unconvincing
Subject: I'm beginning to understand - this is a propoganda campaign against Jews in general
Subject: Let's clarify why it's clear Watson caused the lynching
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